Fundraise for us
Kids Hope one-to-one mentoring is provided free of charge to schools, but our costs in providing support, training and child safety add up. Whether you can raise funds by riding a bike like Tim, or have another special talent you can use, we are thrilled that you are considering fundraising on our behalf.
Here are your choices
As a not-for-profit organisation we rely on the support of people just like you. If you’d like to be that person and set up a peer-to-peer fundraising event, read on!
Sometimes you may want to raise funds for Kids Hope in your local community group. Not only is it fun but you get to raise funds for Kids Hope. Take a moment to find out more.
Peer-to-peer fundraising can happen in all sorts of forms. You could ride a bike like Tim or walk the coast line with a group of friends. Any which way you choose, it is all in the name of raising funds to provide mentoring for vulnerable Aussie kids. And we need people like you who are willing and able.
Although we’re not quite there yet, all of our peer-to-peer fundraisers will be given their very own website page with a personalised donation format to share with friends and family. You’ll be able to add photos, set a target and include several team members. We can’t wait to show you! Until then, watch this space or click on the button below to ask any questions.
Want to raise funds in your local community?
Sometimes you may want to raise funds for Kids Hope in your local community group. This might be a craft market, a sausage sizzle or even a lemon curd stand. On these occasions you wouldn’t need an online donation form – you’d be collecting donations the ‘old-fashioned’ way. In these instances, so that we can stay ‘above board’ as a registered charity, we need you to let us know about your event. Please click on the button and one of our team members will give you a call.
Wayne Butcher flew his helicopter around Australia raising over $100,000 for Kids Hope! His reason? “Kids today are tomorrow’s leaders, yet they have no leaders. They need confidence and competence, and mentoring is essential.”
Flying a helicopter might not be your thing, but if you are passionate about supporting Kids Hope, consider fundraising in your local community. Click here to find out how you can make a difference.
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